Energy Transition

Scotland just blew up its last coal-fired power plant - as the country transitions to renewable energy

Sustainable energy has tripled in the past 10 years, according to industry body Scottish Renewables. Image: Unsplash/ Nicholas Doherty

Johnny Wood

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Renewable energy output in Scotland has tripled in the past decade.
Renewable energy output in Scotland has tripled in the past decade. Image: Scottish Government

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